A nice thing about being young is that you have no idea how much you do not know.
It’s not too often you see a denser collation of cliché taunts directed at intelligent design.
Duke University professor Alexander Rosenberg has until now held the prize for the most over-the-top demonizing of the mild-mannered biochemist.
The harsh fact is that Buckel’s suicide was futile. It won’t make a whit of difference toward improving the environment.
The oceans might be cleaner without man, but they would neither know nor care nor judge.